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Run Your Buns off in the 26th Annual Schlotzsky's(R) Bun Run(R) Benefitting Austin Sunshine Camps
Date:3/26/2008

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Since 1971, Schlotzsky's(R) has been the home of The Original(R) toasted sandwich. The menu has evolved with customers' tastes to include the highest quality sandwiches, pizzas, salads, and soups available today. With approximately 365 locations worldwide, Schlotzsky's is the fast-casual choice for a quick, healthful, and fresh dining experience. For additional information and locations near you, visit http://www.schlotzskys.com .

About Young Men's Business League of Austin

Founded in 1913, the Young Men's Business League of Austin (YMBL) is one of the oldest and most respected social service organizations in the city. It enables men to grow professionally by working with others toward a common mission: "To provide programs for deserving children in Austin and the surrounding area, which aid in their professional development and teach the skills necessary to succeed in school and in life. In short, we are a non- profit, non-political organization, dedicated to taking the risk out of Austin's at-risk youth." For more information, visit http://www.austinymbl.org .

About Austin Sunshine Camps

Established in 1928 by the Young Men's Business League of Austin (YMBL), the Austin Sunshine Camps (ASC) have been providing a safe and nurturing environment for the disadvantaged boys and girls of Central Texas for almost eighty years. Organizers work with the children in summer camps and year-long programs to develop the tools necessary to overcome the variety of difficulties they face in their day-to-day lives. The children are assailed on all fronts from challenges of poverty and family disintegration to the threats of drug and violence. ASC's ultimate goal is to eliminate the high school dropout rate among the at-risk youths they target and increase college participation by these same young men and women to help break the poverty c
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